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♪ ♪ and clean [ bleep ]. >> you know to our resident rap expert. dana, you studied rap extensively bob. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. i never listened to it once? >> this guy is clearly, all those nasty things you talk about. it's harvard. these people invited all kinds of whacko. >> greg: they invited you. >> bob: i protested. but i wouldn't agree with thing this punk says, but what are you going to do? they have the right to hire who they wanted and let it go. >> greg: the rapping doesn't come close and doesn't come close to dana perino. it's boring and stuck in 1994, but it's the fact that -- i'm with you. i don't care who goes there, but at least be fair. you can have a lady hating rapper but not a god fearing christian. a welcome mat for one person becomes a war path for another depending on their political ideologies or their beliefs especially if their beliefs happen to be traditional then they turn on them. that is the problem. >> kimberly: what do you think of this. is harvard doing the right thing? >> eric: it's a performance. these lyrics are no different than any oth
's my life ♪ ♪ >> wow. now we go to our resident rap experten not dana but bob. you studied rap extensively. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. you know, i'm not sure i understand what the big deal is. this guy clearly -- all the nasty things he talks about, but this is harvard. these people invite all kinds of whackos to harvard. >> they invited you. >> they invited me in '89. people protesteded me. i don't agree with a thing this punk says except i don't see how you get a big -- i mean, what are you going to do, ban the right to hire whoever they want? let it go. >> i don't think it's the right thing. number one, the rapping isn't even good. it doesn't come close to dana perino. true. >>da boring, unimaginative, basically stuck in 1994. the thing is, it's the fact that i'm with you. i don't care who goes there, but ate least be fair. you can have a lady hating rapper but not a god fearing christian,ch a welcome mat for e person becoming a war path for another depending on their political ideologies or their beliefs, especially if they have to been somewhat traditional.
's welcome our guests. she's so cute that butterflies get dana tattoos on their lower back. i'm here with dana, former white house press secretary, hip-hop artist and one of my thousands of co-hosts. and if wittiness were the wall street journal, i'd wait for him to come on my doorstep. bernie mcderr. and in lake placid, he's a bobsled. it's my psychic bill schultz. and if fearless commentary were a giant wave, i'd ride him with my surfing buddies. tucker carlton, editor in chief of the daily caller. >> daily blog. the lede. that's the first story. who the hell is this guy? >> your boss, jerk. okay, she's flinging barbs from behind bars. now she'll knife you with a 140-word character. i screwed that up. jodi arias is on trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend but that hasn't stopped her from tweeting. yes, she's been using a friend taunting the press and prosecutors. the accused killer is clearly not a fan of headline news coverage writing hln is an acronym for haters love negativity. after nancy grace tweeted a picture of arias suggesting she was flipping the bird, arias respond
the time. >> dana bash is standing by. and you also have more information on this other letter that was laced with some sort of substance addressed to the president. >> we're waiting for results to come back from additional testing. but one thing i wanted to point out, you asked a very important question about there being no connection necessarily that authorities know of right now, and that's certainly what i'm hearing as well, but one thing this brings up is what happened after september 11, 2001. in the fall, maybe three or four weeks after the attacks on 9/11, we did see a series of attacks here in the u.s. capital, and also at nbc in new york with the anthrax. so it's eeirley similar. everybody is already on heightened alert and then learning aboutpoison to the office of a u.s. senator and to the president of the united states. i remember in 2001, a lot of other people around here had to take the anti-biotic around here because of the scare. but ricin is similar in everybody watching a very big event, and something else happening, but also gets everybody on pins and needle
guests. she's so cute that butterflies get dana tattoos on their lower back. i'm here with dana, former white house press secretary, hip-hop artist and one of my thousands of co-hosts. and if wittiness were the wall street journal, i'd wait for him to come on my doorstep. bernie mcderr. and in lake placid, he's a bobsled. it's my psychic bill schultz. and if fearless commentary were a giant wave, i'd ride him with my surfing buddies. tucker carlton, editor in chief of the daily caller. >> daily blog. the lede. that's the first story. who the hell is this guy? >> your boss, jerk. okay, she's flinging barbs from behind bars. now she'll knife you with a 140-word character. i screwed that up. jodi arias is on trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend but that hasn't stopped her from tweeting. yes, she's been using a friend taunting the press and prosecutors. the accused killer is clearly not a fan of headline news coverage writing hln is an acronym for haters love negativity. after nancy grace tweeted a picture of arias suggesting she was flipping the bird, arias responded, actually, nanc
-l-d, it's initials. it's not rocket science. dana, you said arias is making a mockery of these tweets and you were quite strong about it. why do you think that? >> because the jury is not allowed to look at the media, to talk about the media or say nick that's going on. in the meantime she's lobbying her case directly to the public without going through the media, which would be the traditional way of doing it. still she has to be judged by a jury of her peers. are you following me? >> no. not even a little. the jury can't read her tweets, right? >> maybe they are. that's the problem in arizona, they don't know what the jury is not seeing or haven't seen. that's why that one juror got kicked off. have you followed this? >> you followed it more than i have. >> not really. >> if she's not breaking the law, if what she's doing is fine -- >> if she wants to defend herself then please stop using taxpayer money with the public defender that she has and defend herself. then she could stand up in front of the jury and tweet to her heart's desire. if she's using taxpayer money for a defense la
is in the building being evacuated right now. dana bash is standing by. she's at the russell center office building. brianna keilar's at the white house. we're awaiting a briefing there. here's what we know at the top of the hour, let's just reset for our viewers here in the united states and around the world. we're watching some potentially significant developments in washington. yesterday we learned that a suspicious envelope did reach the office of a united states senator, senator wicker of mississippi. an envelope that was tested not once, not twice but three times and so far proven to be positive for ricin. but authorities say they need more testing. they're sending that letter to maryland where the u.s. government does these kinds of tests for suspicious letters. a lot of nerves frayed as a result of this letter. and now a second letter they have stopped. a suspicious letter similar to the letter sent to senator roger wicker of mississippi addressed to the president of the united states. that letter is now being investigated as well. at the same time we've heard of these evacuations and the f
. it will get ugly. see you tonight. >> hello, everyone. i'm greg gutfeld along with kimberly guilfoyle and dana perino. it's 5:00 in new york city and we're the third prime number. >> california republicans i just showed you 30% of registration in the state because they are really stupid and racist. >> 82% white. the republican party as i say in california all the time on the record in print and on radio and on tv is the last vestige of any angry old white people and that's what it is. >> the radical professor pinko for short. only come out when it's safe. meek students on comfy campuses dissent intimidation and threat of bad grades. do you think this guy is unique at columbia or berkeley he would be considered a right winger. i credit the young student who caught the progressive parrot on tape at its poly polywhs class. take another look at what passes for incident logical rigor. >> a person is less likely to change his mind about anything is an old white guy. old white guys are stubborn son of a [bleep], they just are. >> i don't think many swing voters ann romney. she looks like she is from
, d.c., right now. i'm here in boston. but our chief congressional correspondent dana bash is joining us on the phone right now. and i want to be precise, dana. tell our viewers here in the united states, and around the world, what you're learning. >> well, cnn has learned, wolf, that an envelope that was addressed and sent to a senate office was intercepted and tested positive for ricin poison. and i've learned that from congressional and law enforcement sources, myself and mike brooks, who actually got the first tip on this story. now, we don't know which senate office this was original hi sent to. but we do understand that this envelope was tested positive. and a first routine test, it was retested two more times, so it was tested three times all together. each time it came up positive. and that's according to a law enforcement source who said that afterward, it was sent to maryland on an offsite facility to do further testing. we should remind our viewers, after the anthrax scare back in 2001, in the fall of 2001, when a couple of senate offices received envelopes with anthrax in
for his money today? dana perino. >> but she is not overrated as a rapper. >> i should have had that ready. while we do half time maybe somebody can find it. >> i am just as happy you didn't. >> you hating on dana. >> no, i love dana which is why i don't want to see that again. jay we are never going to show highlights of "the five" on" red eye." i refuse to do that. >> thank you, sherrod. and sherrod, i agree. obviously jay-z's line about getting white house clearance was a line. i thought carney's line about saying nothing rhymes with treasury. >> i thought it was hilarious. you can rhyme like treasury and jay-z. >> these rappers can make it happen. i have seen lil wayne rhyme words that i didn't own in words. >> they weren't. >> that explains a lot. >> you say jay and beyonce spend a lot of time at parties with the president and probably discussed the cuba trip with him. seriously? >> i think discuss like a formal discussion, but just like a light, easy, small talk and maybe they had a few drinks. like, hey, maybe it is fun to check out cuba. i am just making a -- >> you are making stuf
of here. joining me you no in this republican world, joe madison and dana milbank, that's for being here tonight c. get back to reality. why is it bringing out ugliness in the right? >> well, because they are just unenlightened. most enlightened societies throughout history become more tolerant. i mean, we know that. people went from the dark ages to an enlightened age and they became tolerant of change that is inevitable. but the real reason -- and people will ask -- well, why do they have such a large mega phone? a lot of it has to do with the elimination of the fairness doctrine that was in place from 1949 to, i think, the reagan administration and deregulating the ownership of radio stations and other media outlets and so if you end up disagreeing, wanting to present the opposite side, the reality is, you don't have access. >> right. >> and that, in essence, becomes problem beg propaganda. and that's what we're dealing with. >> the opposite of tolerance and growth. dana, when you look at the fact that today -- today, congressman steve stockman sent out a tweet and it reads, "our camp
. >> eric: the governor and others are going to speak. >> dana: i'm going to pass to greg. >> greg: we talked about cameras that belonged to the runners. what about street cameras and cameras in the hotels. i get the impression we're constantly being under watch. is the gathering of that evidence making any progress here? >> reporter: it is our understanding there is substantial photographic evidence at the finish line. this is the square here and lack of a better phrase, it's not what they consider downtown boston but it's really the heart of city. there were cameras set up there. they were established there. we believe there will be photographic evidence, but will it lead to finding the bomber o? at this point, we don't know. >> eric: give us a sense what is going on there. how are the people, have they brushed this off or knee deep in this? >> they want to find who is responsible for this. it's remarkable to listen to the people of the community talk. their hearts go out to the victims but this was the boston marathon. this is patriots day in boston, massachusetts. they have taken t
one of his fantastical stories. lisa gallegos and dana fer ar knew chichester as an eccentric character. >> he was funny. >> he was very interesting to talk to on many subjects. he knew a lot about things. he was witty. it was a lot of fun to hang out with him. >> a film student at usc, he told dana, often walking around campus with a script or two under his arm. >> we'd go to old films together. we'd talk about films. >> one of the films you saw together was "double indemnity," about a guy the ploiplotting a . >> good-bye, baby. >> this is the best movie, dana. we have to go see "double indemnity." >> he was a minor british royal, a baronet, said the business card he handed out around san marino. >> what do you think a baronet was? >> that's the funny part. i had no idea. >> she didn't question it, and neither did worry woods. >> he said he was here by himself, didn't really have a family, said he was from england and was the descendant of royalty from england. >> cory and her family were thoroughly impressed by the young aristocrat. he would dazzle them with stories after th
about the issues but i'm going to turn this over to adam who will talk about ceqa. >> thanks dana. good morning. so i wanted to briefly walk you through the 1600 page ceqa document for the event so if you will bear with me. just a few highlights as they relate specifically to rec park property at marina green and little marina green. the only sites in those locations and along the yacht road peninsula. it was the primary site in 2012 where the events were but it's a secondary site in 2013 now that the cruise ship terminal is complete. the concerts and the finish line and programming is going to occur at pier 27 and 29 and we are calling this the ac village -- i get confused and there is the ac park and the village and they will have concessions and gang ways and hospitality, spectator sitting and the use of marina green is subject to your approval here today. just to back up to 2012 this was an image of what marina green would look like in 2013. those plans have evolved and are now more detailed as was shown you and again around the peninsula at little marina green. we have contem
lauper and more. bob beckel and dana perino, this is the five. collectivism, socialism, everyone is part of the community, what was once defined to a few countries is now the mantra here in the united states. let's take another look at the promo president obama's propaganda unit put out yesterday telling us our children don't belong to us. they belong to the collective. >> your kid is yours and totally your responsibility. we haven't had a collective notion of these are our children, part of it is, we have to breakthrough our private idea that kids belong to their parents or their families and realize that kids belong to whom communities. >> we work, they spend, they spend, they spend. and they're not honest about it. the president blatantly misled the american people about deficits today. listen. >> my budget will reduce our deficits by nearly another $2 trillion, so that all told, we will have surpassed the goal of $4 trillion in deficit reduction, that independent economists believe we need to stabilize our finances. the numbers work. there's not a lot of smoke and mirrors in here. >>
and a disturbing one. an envelope with the poison ricin sent to the office of a u.s. senator. dana bash and mike brooks broke the story. dana joins me now. dana, pretty serious this, what do we know? >> well, at this point, we are told this is according to the senate sergeant in arms terry gainor that the envelope did test positive at the lab. they did original testing in the field at the offsite facility. but this is later today they got a positive test at the actual lab. that's why they feel so positive at this point it was positive. what we're also told is that the exterior markings on this envelope sent to roger wicker of mississippi weren't outwardly mysterious. it was postmarked from memphis, tennessee, but it did not have a return address. that is something that is definitely raising the suspicion and caution of senate officials because they told senators in the briefing today, piers, reminded them, you've got to tell your employees to be very, very vigilant but also reminded them, this is the reason they have offsite facilities now. mail to the capitol does not go to the capitol complex.
ricin that tested positive. our chief congressional correspondent dana bash is out in front with the investigation. what are you learning, an arrest of a man from mississippi, right? >> that's exactly right. and we now have this from multiple law enforcement officials. i was just texting with one that just confirmed the news here. this man was arrested in tupelo, mississippi and the reason why this is interesting is because that happens to be the hometown or at least the area where senator roger wicker is actually from. now he of course was one of the intended recipients of the letter. the other was president obama which we learned earlier "tod e. we don't have much information about this man except that he was arrested. the thing i can tell you is that late yesterday when senators here in the capitol were briefed, one senator, senator claire mccaskell came out and told reports, that the initial suspicion was it was a man back in mississippi for lack of a better way to say it, harassing. and it's clear really within 24 hours they went and found him. >> and dan a, i know ther
and chief congressional correspondent dana bash on capitol hill. jessica, let's start with you. what is the white house telling us about this letter to president obama? i know it didn't actually arrive at the white house, but what do we know about the substance in this letter? >> jake, well, we know first of all that they are -- the fbi and the secret service are continuing to investigate and conducting further tests on this letter. they say that they had protocol set up for exactly this kind of incident and this is the exact standard incident that they, you know, protocol they set up after 9/11. the letter contained a message that was parallel to the same message that was in a letter sent to senator wicker. it said, quote, i am -- it said to see a wrong and not expose it is to become a silent partner to its continuance. i am k.c. and i approve this message which is allegedly a comment on health care and providing care in general and so it could provide something of a lead for investigators. they believe they tied it to memphis, tennessee, but nothing beyond that. they are looking fo
correspondent dana bash is live in washington with the latest. dana, what do we know? >> we know that this man who was actually arrested last night is set to be charged. it's probably happening as we speak, chris, in mississippi. and here are the charges. first of all he is being charged with threatening the life of the president. and second, he is also being charged with threatening the life of others using the mail. and these charges could put him in a place where he could face up to 15 years in prison and $500,000 in fines. now, of course this whole thing came to light because this man whose name is paul kevin curtis allegedly sent letters that at least initially tested positive with the poison ricin to not just the white house but also to senator roger wicker who is from mississippi. and just moments ago senator wicker spoke for the first time about this, told our producer. but he actually knows this man because he is an elvis impersonator back in mississippi. and senator wicker and his wife actually hired him a few years back to help at a party they were throwing he said for a young coupl
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gun legislation. dana bash met with gabby giffords an her husband. they talk about their campaign for universal background checks and give ford's remarkable recovery. >> don over two years ago former congresswoman gabby giffords was shot in the head at point blank range. she is still on a journey of recovery. she still has to face some new realities. we spent two days with giffords and her husband at home and got an intimate look at her new life. >> reporter: what's smocking is how much she looks like her old self-hr golden locks are back, the sparkle in her eye. gone is the short hair and thin frame we saw at the beginning of her recovery. but she knows he will never be the same. >> in your rfrry process, do you want to find and discover the old gab gi giffords or do you want to sort of rediscover another new gabby giffords. >> stronger, stronger, better, tougher, stronger better tougher. >> being with giffords it's immediately clear she understands virtually everything going on around her. she follows conversation, reacts, offers unsolicited ideas but it is still a huge struggle
from the state of mississippi. dana bash broke this news first here, she's on the phone from washington. dana what more are you learning about this targeted attack and senator wicker? >> well, first off let me give you. mike brooks is our law enforcement analyst, he is being told that senator wicker now has protective detail, meaning he has security around him, because of the fact that he received this letter which was tested positive for the poison ricin. let me just go back and tell you what we learned, and that is that what happened was this envelope came addressed to senator wicker, it tested once positive for riciricin, they te it two more times, so three times positive for ricin, so as we speak, this envelope has been sent to a facility in suburban washington, in maryland to get yet another test on ricin. this is something that we learned very quickly, actually as and even before most u.s. senators learned, they were briefed not too long ago earlier this evening from the senator sergeant at arms and they were told that this certainly is essentially very harmful, but they were also
. that's a little more difficult. dana bash is up on capitol hill. dana, they couldn't get this through. what does that say about comprehensive immigration reform? what does that say about a grand bargain as far as the budget is concerned? is anything going to get through this deeply divided u.s. senate and house of representatives? >> that's a good question in some ways. in some ways it is an indicator of how difficult it will be to get some of the other pieces of legislation that genuinely are under discussion in a bipartisan way. but i think this issue of guns is in a category by itself. the reason is because it is a tough issue, unlike the others for so many democrats. yes, you only saw four democrats defect today. but if you had those four, and then they were able to sort of tell some of these republicans who were on the fence, look, we have 60, come onboard with us, that would have made the difference. and they weren't able to do that. because of, frankly, what the president said. that so many of these senators, including members of his own party, were just scared of taking the po
that bullet caused? what about her kids? what she told dana bash in a rare interview, next. [ indistinct shouting ] "anderson cooper 360" brought to you by td ameritrade. [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ >>> tonight's "360" exclusive. as we reported last night, gabby giffords and her husband mark kelly are not just watching the battle over gun regulations, they're fighting for expanded background checks through an organization they formed in january called americans for responsible solutions. the battle is, of course, deeply personal for both of them. more than two years ago, giffords was shot in the head at point blank range. she is still on a journey of recovery. she has come a long way for sure, but she has also had to face some tough new realities. giffords hasn't given many interviews. dana bash spent time at her home in arizona. here is part two of dana's exclusive interview.
going to cuba, work or play? do they know or care what's going on? the host of "the dana show" joins us. nice to see you dana. your thoughts, first of all, on whether the white house knew they were going to cuba or not. obviously a guest. we don't know for sure. they deny it but your thoughts. >> thanks for having me back, greta. i'm with you, i'm not sure whether or not the president himself knew, but someone had to approve, this the treasury department, according to jay carney, had to approve it. it's so hard to believe a megastar couple, whose names are so well known, so close to the administration, so close during the campaign, raised the headlines, raised the cash, partied with the president, sang at the inauguration, at all the bashes. it's hard to believe their names didn't raise any flags through the white house or the treasury department when they were going through the process of getting access to go to cuba. so kind of hard to think they were they would kind of slide by. >> greta: what's so interesting, according to politico, the treasury told politico that they were the ones
and i'm grateful to them. i want to thank the partners, and everybody. especially dana and thank you all very much. [ applause ] we would like to thank the community for your support. we want to encourage everyone. thank you. [ applause ] >> i believe in the housing development and the biggest affordable house is renovation ever taken by the city of san francisco. the credits roll and roll. hundreds of people, that's what it takes. everybody contributed and everybody played an important role and we were all led by marlin -- [ applause ] everybody working with project knows how complicated it was and how difficult it was. the development team and activities staff, i have a gift to offer tomorrow. [ applause ] there are so many green -- to the building. [ applause ] this building, this project what's happening here is so exemplifies for that many of you knew him. before i introduce our former board member to share a few words. i want to address your attention to this screen where we put together a small tribute. [ applause ] .♪ i'm here to talk about kelly. i served on the board for many
are in the response to this attack. >> brianna, standby. dana bash is up on capitol hill. dana, we know for a while there was suspicious activity in the hart senate office building, suspicious activity elsewhere up on capitol hill, an individual supposedly walking around with a backpack with some suspicious envelopes trying to deliver those envelopes to various senators' offices. update our viewers on what we know right now. >> wolf, i'm going to do that, but i would like to start first with some new information that we have about the letters you were discussing with brianna. the letters appear to have tested positive for the poison ricin. according to law enforcement sources who have talked to our joe johns, this is the actual text of the letter. put it up on the screen for our viewers. to see a wrong and not expose is, is to become a silent partner to its continuance. and both letters were signed i am kc and i approve this message. clearly it seems to be a takeoff on political ads which say i am barack obama or senator wicker in this case and i approve this message. so that is the text of the let
of a senate office building on capitol hill. let's go to our chief congressional correspondent dana bash. what is the very latest? >> reporter: although these letters did test positive in the initial tests we are still waiting for the formal test that is coming from a lab in fort detrick, maryland not too far from her in washington. terry friedman over at the justice department is reporting we'll not likely get those results until tomorrow. the hope was we would get them this afternoon but it looks like it will push into tomorrow. the other thing that he is reporting is that the fbi insists that there is no arrest imminent or at least that they are unaware of any imminent arrest in this case. despite the fact that we were told starting yesterday by senators coming out of a briefing including senator clair mccaskill of missouri that law enforcement officials had at least a sense of who they might be looking at, somebody who had been harassing senator wicker from mississippi before. the other thing they are saying in this new fbi statement is that they want to be sure that they know exactly how
. joe johns joining us and dana bash joining us, as well. dana, you've been talking to your sources, getting more information on how all this went down. what have you learned? >> i've learned from a law enforcement official here that they have been actually tracking the man who was arrested for some time, because he had been sending letters to senator wicker, this is not the first time. it had been going on for a while. so i'm told they gave the information that they had -- that they collected. they collected a record on this individual to the fbi, and the fbi was able then to go down to tupelo, mississippi to make this arrest of this individual today. and, again, this is -- this man was arrested in the case of sending what they still believe to be at least initial positive tests of ricin, letters to senator roger wicker of mississippi and also we learned today president obama. neither of those letters, of course, got to either individual. they were both found at offsite locations where the mail is initially sorted. >> so clearly -- so they knew this guy. they had been following him
to come to him in a moment. da dana, is there any legitimate reason for conservatives to fear the first lady? it seems to me she's becoming increasingly formidable, and you can see them quaking at the knees when she stands up. >> well, martin, she's been part of a, i think, a very strong effort the last week or so by the administration, by these gun control advocates to really put personal faces on this. i was just on the hill today with the families of the dead from newtown. they really turned things around up there on the hill. and i think people have started to realize that they need to bring all assets to bear in this battle. and that's part of what michelle obama has been doing. so i don't believe republicans fear her, in particular, over others, but i think everybody is now going to be making this a central issue and putting real faces on this gun debate. that's why you see at least temporarily the gun lobby again back on its heels. >> right. joy, it's no surprise that rush limbaugh marked the first lady's moving tribute to hydeia pendleton. that would be expected. in the middle a
legislation. dana bash sat down with giffords and her husband, mark kelly, for an exclusive interview. they talked about why they still own guns and campaign for universal background checks and giffords' remarkable recovery. >> reporter: what's most shocked about gabby giffords now is how much she looks like her old self-her golden locks are back, the sparkle in her eyes, the broad smile. the gabby giffords we knew before she was shot. gone is the short hair and thin frame we saw at the beginning of her recovery. but she knows she will never be the same. in your recovery process, do you want to find and discover the old gabby giffords or do you want to sort of rediscover another new gabby giffords? >> stronger. stronger, better. tougher. stronger, better, tougher. >> being with giffords it's immediately clear she understands virtually everything going on around her. she follows conversations, reacts a, off a unsolicited ideas but is still a struggle to turn her ideas into words. like trying to explain her days. >> occupation therapy, yogurt -- >> yoga. >> yoga. >> the right-handed gif
and now in the lab for the deadly poison ricin. dana bash is working her source on that and will join us. we have learned more about those who lost their lives and the wounded, and the loers who rose up to help others. we don't know about the third fatality, she was a chinese national, a graduate student at boston university not for farr from here, her name is being witt held at the request of her family and krisle camp eltame yesterday to watch her friend cross the finish line. she worked 16 hour days but was never too tired to share her love and a smile. she was just 29 years old. martin richard was 8 years old. his mother and sister -- the sign says no more hurting people. dozens more lives changed forever. we honor them tonight and we also honor this strong city for all that has happened here, you should know this is not a city under siege, not a city of fear tonight. yes, people are holding their kids a little tighter and keeping their eyes open wider, but today life and love and liberty continued. people went jogging today, they walked their dogs, brought their children to the play
. dana bash is going to be working her sources on that. she'll be joining us shortly. we'll also hear from the people w whose family members lost their lives. we know there was a chinese national, a grad student at boston university not far from here. her name is being withheld at the request of her family. we also learned about krystle campbell. she died in the blast. she came yesterday to watch her friend cross the finish line. her mom says she worked 16-hour days at a local seafood restaurant but was never too tired to share her love, never too tired to share her smile. she was 29 years old. martin richard was just eight years old. his sign says, no more hurting people. dozens of lives changed forever. we honor them tonight and we also honor this strong city. this is not a city under siege. this is not a city of fear tonight. yes, people may be holding their kids a little tighter, keeping their eyes open a little wider, but this is a city where today life and love and liberty continue. people went jogging today. they walked their dogs, they brought their children to the playground
been sent to labs. >> dana bash reported earlier from capitol hill that this person had sent letters to the senator before, and that's really how they were able to zero in on him. is that what you're hearing as well? >> yes, this individual was known to law enforcement authorities at the capitol complex. and they already had a name. in fact, right after we heard about these alleged ricin letters, we also heard that authorities had a person in mind or person of interest. it took 24 hours or so for them actually to make an arrest. still, we're told no charges have been filed as yet pending identification conclusively of what the substance is, anderson? >> joe, appreciate the update and the reporting. >>> another important story took a major turn today. senate republicans took a stand on the gun control legislation. the president blasted the senators and the gun lobbyists who fought it. listen. >> all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. the fact is, most of these senators could not offer any good reason why we wouldn't want to make it harder for criminals and those wi
through additional tests, results considered in a day or two. dana bash has more. >> cnn can now report that the envelope addressed to senator wicker did test positive for ricin at the actual lab. so there was a more formal and reliably positive test beyond the test conducted in the field. and we can report that the exterior markings sent to senator wicker was not outwardly suspicious. it was postmarked from memphis, tennessee. not that far from his home state of mississippi. they have closed postal facilities for two or three days while testing continues and law enforcement mess investigates and briefed senators were reminded to warn employees to be very vigilant in handling and processing all mail that comes to offices in the capitol and district offices in their home state. the very first spot for mail is at an offsite facility. that began in 2001 after a couple of senators received letters laced with anthrax. how much of a threat is ricin? ricin is toxic and lethal, but only when injected which is why the department of homeland security considers it category "b," or a lower threat a
. >> greg: it is a world story. professor, thank you so much. straight ahead, dana channels her inner rapper. we are not kidding and we will show you the video, moments away. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef bere opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find se good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. it's just common sense. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >> greg: the most entertaining segment of the evening inspired by jay-z and his aforementioned rap song. may i present dana perino's measured response. >> my name is tiny d and i'm here
famouphiladelphia. >> greg: it is a world story. professor, thank you so much. straight ahead, dana channels her inner rapper. we are not kidding and we will show you the video, moments away. >> greg: the most entertaining segment of the evening inspired by jay-z and his aforementioned rap song. may i present dana perino's measured response. >> my name is tiny d and i'm here to say i bust funky fresh rhymes in a major whey. white like casper and have a dog live jasper if you don't think beyonce fears me go ahead and ask you. if you love your free he dom pick day p. that's me ♪ [ laughter ] >> greg: that may be the most adorable or most frightening thing i have heard. either way, jay-z should not be worried. that it for us tonight. i'm greg gutfeld if for bill o'reilly who will be he back here on monday. remember the spin stops her
wicker of mississippi. he now has a protective detail assigned to him. dana bash joins me now live with the latest. you confirmed this story from mike brooks. the initial testing was positive. further testing is going on now. what's the latest you've heard? >> well, anderson, we can now report from the sergeant in arms that the envelope did test positive today at the actual lab. so they feel confident that at this point it is a positive test for ricin, they had the initial test, as you pointed out, in the field office, which are historically not that reliable. but this was done in the actual lab. the other thing we can report is the exterior markings on the envelope sent to senator wicker were not outwardly suspicious, but it was postmarked from memphis, tennessee, which is not home from his home state of mississippi. the other thing we can report is it had no return address and at this hour, we reported earlier one senator thought maybe there was a suspect in custody. we can report it is an ongoing case that is not true. the other thing that we can tell you is that senate official
anthrax was sent. dana bash has more details. >> erin, cnn can now report that the envelope addressed to senator wicker did test positive for ricin at the actual lab. so there was a more formal and reliably positive test beyond the initial test conducted in the field. that's according to the senate in sergeant arms terry gaynor. we can also report that the markings on the envelope were not outwardly suspicious. there was no return address and it was postmarked from memphis, tennessee, which is not far from the senator's home state of mississippi. they have closed postal facilities for two or three days while testing continues and law enforcement investigates. in a briefing tonight, senators were reminded to warn their employees in being very vigilant in handling and processing all mail that comes to their offices in the capitol and also in their district offices back in their home states. now, the very first stop for capitol mail, we should tell our viewers, is actual the not on the capitol complex, it's at off-site facilities, and that began back in 2001 after a couple senate offices
of americans killed by guns since the school massacre in newtown, connecticut. as cnn's dana bash explains, the break in the stalemate may be tied to a bipartisan compromise steeped in symbolism. >> reporter: two senators with a rags from the nra appealed directly to their fellow gun owners. >> this is gun sense. >> their message? expanding background checks on gun sales is commonsense. >> we're not infringing on the rights of an individual sit sflen, but basically if you are going to go to a gun show, you would be subjected to the same as if you went to the gun store. >> the common ground rests on simple proposition, and that is that criminals and the dangerously mentally ill shouldn't have guns. >> we know, for example, from polling that universal background checks are universally supported just about. >> the bipart sfwlan legislation falls short of the universal background checks the president is calling for. it would expand mandatory background checks to gun shows and internet sales, but would not require background checks for any other private gun sales. to enforce the expanded law, g
weekend. >> dana is on "redeye". >> bob: you know all showed up here to see you. they did. have a great weekend. bye! >>> welcome to "red eye." it is like that's incredible if you mean bumpy and contagious. now to andy levy for a pre game report. andy, what is coming up on tonight a show? >> former british prime minister margaret thatcher passes away leaving behind a huge legacy in britain and odd confusion on twitter. and what was russian president vladimir few -- putin's reaction to protesters? and what does snoop dogg think of rappers? i got nothing else to say to you, man. >> i'm glad. >> i'm glad you're glad. >> nothing about my shirt? >> no, i'm -- i was raised to believe if you can't say nothing nice, say nothing. >> go away, jerk. let's welcome our guest. she is so british she named her kids fish and chips. i am here with -- immogeth lloyd webber. if fierce commentary was a box of crayons he would come in 24 different colors. it is gavin mcguinness. and in peru he is considered a back scrubber, bill schulz. and she is so sharp she can't travel by hot air balloon. next to
, to his left lieutenant colonel dana, marine corps installation west. thank you. let me go ahead and start off by talking a little bit and just going back over some of the discussions yesterday that i think are going to play into this discussion. we had vice admiral beeman talk a little bit yesterday about capabilities and vice admiral zunkoff talked about partnerships, unity of effort, unity of command. mayor lee talked about dod efforts, expertise, community efforts and as we go into all those discussions today you will see best practices applied during the 10 years from those fires. i have the pleasure of working for administrator fuget in fema headquarters. fema's role is to coordinate response between state and local governments and his focus, his direction to us really comes down it 3 things. he asks us to always plan for the worst case, the maximum of the maximums and it's go to see the department of defense is incorporating this within the catastrophe policy that was spoken about a little earlier. no. 2, he asked us to sppbld and are able to stabilize an incident within 72 hours
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